Joseph Maclise, Surgical Anatomy, London 1856 pl.25
2021 - 'Bloodlines: Circulating the Male Body across borders in Art and Anatomy 1780-1860' - an extended essay focused on anatomical lithographs by Joseph Maclise and the circulation of artistic and surgical views of the male body in Ireland, Britain and France, British Art Studies online "One Object" Special, edited by Keren Hammerschlag

2008 - ‘A Touch of Colour: The aesthetics of Impressionist "facture" and paint application techniques', Zeitschrift für Kunsttechnologie und Konservierung, vol.2, pp.335-342

2003 - ‘Doubles and Desire: Anatomies of masculinity in the later nineteenth century’, Art History, vol.26, no.3 (November), pp.669-699

2003 - ‘Muscularity and Masculinity: Dr Paul Richer and modern manhood’, Paragraph, Special Edition (ed. Michael Whorton and Judith Still), vol.26, no.1 (July), pp.17-41

1997 - 'The Body and Difference: Anatomy Teaching at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in later nineteenth-century Paris', Art History, Special Issue, vol.20, no.1 (March), pp.23-60

1994 - 'The Unvarnished Truth: Mattness, "Primitivism" and Modernity in French Painting, c.1870-1907', The Burlington Magazine, vol. CXXXVI (November), pp.738-746